Proceeds benefitting

Elliott Museum, House of Hope, SafeSpace and Tykes & Teens

Tickets available now at

February 8, 2022– Hope Fest, a live outdoor concert for good, is taking place Saturday, March 12, 2022, to benefit Elliott Museum, House of Hope, SafeSpace and Tykes & Teens.

The outdoor family-friendly event is taking place at the Elliott Museum and will feature:

  • The Kris Heaton Band – With 5 nationally charted songs and 2 million YouTube views, Kris has played with Stevie Ray Vaughn, Huey Lewis, Gregg Allman, Molly Hatchet, Leon Russell and more.
  • Jay Schod – Voted Artist of the Year in Connecticut, Jay has played with Chicago, Joe Bonamassa and more
  • Magician Mr. Medina
  • Food by Philly Down South Cafe

Tickets are available at

VIP tickets are $100 and include:

  • Stage front VIP tent seating
  • Choice of prime rib sandwich, salmon Philly, mahi sandwich or chicken Caesar wrap, plus cole slaw, potato salad, pasta salad
  • Free drink ticket for beer, wine, soft drink or water
  • All-day museum admission

General admission tickets are $40 and include:

  • Food & beverages available for purchase: hamburgers, hot dogs, BBQ chicken, potato salad, mac and cheese
  • First-come seating available or bring your own chair
  • All-day museum admission

Kids under 12 are free.

All proceeds from the event will benefit four Martin County charitable organizations, including:

  • Elliott Museum – Enriches the community through its wide variety of exhibits, collections, and lectures, all designed to serve the interests of the people who live in and visit the Treasure Coast.
  • House of Hope – Provides food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance, information and referral, and life-changing case management services to Martin County residents in need.
  • SafeSpace – Empowers the safety and well-being of adult victims of domestic violence and their children by providing intervention, prevention and advocacy services.
  • Tykes & Teens – Prioritizing children’s mental health in our families, schools and communities through prevention, education and treatment.